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Thanks to an important work of research, FOCALIS allows you to raise to one of the challenges of our century: cooking with the sun in an efficient manner, simple and environmentally friendly. With sunny skies, you can enjoy the freedom of outdoor cooking.

The SOLARIO cooker with its parabolic petal mirrors and its patented system of adjustments is the first solar cooker to perform as high as gas and electricity. Its robustness and the quality of its components gives it a long life for outdoor use. It will surprise you with its sleek design and innovation.

The ignition is instantaneous; there is no waiting time to start cooking. The high precision of its parabolic curve allows it to concentrate the sun rays in a focal point that can reach more than 1,000°C, while being much less risky than a traditional cooking device.

Thanks to its simplicity of adjustment, it follows the sun and requires no additional work. All cooking methods are compatible with the SOLARIO, wok, fry, simmer and grill. Cook vegetables, fish and meat. You can easily cook healthy and original food. Thanks to this natural energy all natural flavors are preserved.

Easy to use, easy to clean, easy to store, the SOLARIO COOKER is ideal for respecting the environment effectively while enjoying time with friends and family. Its recreational use will allow you to discover a delicious and ecological cuisine.

The production of electricity has polluted our planet. But it is possible to reduce our impact on the planet by using free energy from the sun!

The SOLARIO Cooker has been designed in the greatest respect for the environment. Manufactured with 99% recyclable materials and using the sun, the SOLARIO Cooker will enable you to use free, clean inexhaustible energy.

By not using fire or electricity, you will reduce your energy consumption.

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